Fearless Press

Fearless Press is an Erotication web magazine created for our modern time, where sexuality has become pervasive but is not always presented in an informative way. Our focus is the intersection of where sexuality and the rest of our lives meet, with topics ranging from spirituality, travel, relationships, news, style, etiquette and more. Fearless Press is created as a platform for intelligent voices to speak out about the positive intersection of sex and life. Our ultimate goal is to inform and inspire a revolution in the way our society talks about sexuality.

Mar 262013
 
The Next Level

Everybody has to start somewhere. For most of us, we begin to present classes and workshops because we’re known for a particular skill set or a certain type of knowledge, and we teach what we know. Eventually, though, many of us come to the conclusion that we don’t want to just teach the same thing, […]

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Nov 302012
 
CineKink Tenth Annual Kinky Film Festival

CineKink Announces Dates for Tenth Annual Kinky Film Festival February 26-March 3, 2013 Scheduled for February 26-March 3, 2013, the tenth annual CineKink NYC will feature a specially-curated program of films and videos that celebrate and explore a wide diversity of sexuality. In addition to screenings, plans for the festival also include a short film […]

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Aug 042012
 
Fearless Press Authors

With the relaunch of FearlessPress.com in July, we’ve brought in some new authors and are still looking for monthly columnists to write about the following: All of the topics must somehow related to: sexuality, gender, relationship or communication about any/all of those three Spirituality: Catholic, Jewish, Pagan, Atheist, Tantra Style: Fashion, Body Image, Etiquette Art: […]

Jul 042012
 
Sex and the Law: Consent and Beyond

This article was written by Brian Flaherty and was originally published on Fearless Press I presented a class on BDSM, Sex, and the Law: Consent and Beyond at the New England Dungeon Society last Friday, subtitle: “when things go horribly wrong.”   Because the truth is, “The Law” doesn’t get involved unless things do go horribly wrong.  […]